Where to pick up and pay for your uPrint print job

Last modified 4/10/2024

After submitting your print job, you may pick it up and pay for it at any uPrint Release Station. Print jobs will be held for 24 hours before they are deleted and require you to upload again.

uPrint Release Station Locations

When you print something with uPrint, you may pick up your print job at any of the uPrint Release Stations listed below. Stations with color and/or duplex printing will be marked following the guide below. 

* Color printing is available at this location

**Duplex is available at this location

uPrint Release Stations Available in Open Areas

  • Degarmo Hall 308
  • Julian Hall 010C
  • Milner Library (floors 2*/**, 3, 4 and 6)
  • Moulton Hall 1st Floor Kiosk
  • Schroeder Hall 230
  • Science Lab Building 119
  • State Farm Hall of Business Atrium 030
  • Turner Hall 102
  • Watterson Dining Center

Stations with color and/or duplex printing 

* Color printing is available at this location

**Duplex is available at this location

  • Bone Student Center (1st floor concourse across from TechZone) */**
  • Milner Library floor 2*/**
  • Stevenson Hall 1st Floor Hallway */**

uPrint Release Stations for Residence Hall Students

These uPrint release stations are located within residence hall and open only to residence hall students. Please see the article Campus Computer Labs for current hours.

  • Cardinal Court Building A
  • Linkins Basement 103B
  • Vrooman Basement 004
  • Watterson Hall Basement 110, 203

uPrint Release Stations Located in Computer Labs

These uPrint Release Stations are located within computer labs or other spaces that have limited open hours. Please see the article Campus Computer Labs for current hours.

  • Centennial West 230A
  • Fell Hall 102, 108, 282
  • Julian Hall 215
  • Julia N. Visor Center Vrooman 006
  • Old Union 134, 140
  • Rachel Cooper 302G
  • Schroeder Hall 217
  • State Farm Hall of Business 022
  • Stevenson Hall 221A, 227, 250 *, 314, 408, 435C, 438, 440
  • Student Fitness Center & McCormick Hall 174, 175
  • Turner Hall 120D, 141B, 160, 167, 171 *, 206, 210

Stations with color and/or duplex printing 

* Color printing is available at this location

**Duplex is available at this location

  • Center for the Visual Arts 138 (Creative Commons) */**
  • Felmley Hall of Science Annex 330 */**
  • Ropp Agriculture Building 124 **
  • Stevenson Hall 250*
  • Turner Hall 171*

Paying for Your Print Job

uPrint offers access to black & white printers and costs $.08 per page. Color printing is $.40 per page. Some computer labs on campus offer additional printing options, including larger paper and color printouts. These printing options vary by location, and could affect the price of the print.

To pay for your print job, you must have funds available on your Redbird Card or your Student Print Allowance. For information on how to check the available funds of the Student Print Allowance or add funds to your Redbird Card, please view the following articles:

Releasing a Print Job at a uPrint Station

To release and pick up your print job, please do the following:

  1. After submitting your print job, find the nearest uPrint station (a list of available locations is located under the uPrint Station Locations section of this article).
  2. Once you arrive to the specified location, move the mouse or press a key to wake up the uPrint release station/computer (Figure 1).

    Figure 1:
    uPrint station lock screen
  3. Enter your ULID and password to log in to the release station.
  4. Locate the job(s) that you have submitted to the release stations.
  5. Select the job(s) that you want to print by selecting the check boxes next to the job type and title (Figure 2).

    Figure 2:
    Selecting the Print job
  6. Adjustments may be made to your print options for your job if it was submitted via the uPrint website, Email, or Mobile App (Figure 3).
  7. Once you are ready to print, click the Print button under Destination.


The options will be unchangeable and greyed out if you printed from a lab computer using File →  Print